Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Is Muhammad Prophesied in the Bible?


I was on with Vocab Malone on Bacpack Radio discussing the question of whether Muhammad is prophesied on the Bible.

7 comments:

Roy Staley said...

I watched your video with interest and felt I should make a comment. The Apocalypse chapter nine is virtually all about the rise of the Muslim religion. Most people do not see this, because this book is for the true servants of God and not for the world at large as shown in verse one of chapter one, which is why it is in enigmatical form. Also this verse demonstrates that Yeshua didn't know it before it was given him and that all the book is for things to come and not to things before A.D.96, when this book was given to John.
CHAPTER NINE. Second section of the seventh seal or First Two Woe-Trumpets.
"And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star which had fallen out of the heaven into the earth, and there was given to him the key to the pit of the abyss."

The fifth angel sounded and I saw one who had aquired power and become a king (Mahomet) -- (star falling symbolizes a destructive descent). To precipitate the forcdes of his kingdom (Arabia) upon the territory of the Eastern Roman Empire, and to this King was yielded the power of Arabia, via the Dead Sea depression.

The last verse of this chapter clearly shows the reason why God raised up Mahomet: "And the rest of the men that were not killed by these plagues, changed not from the works of their hands that they might not worship the demonials and idols of gold and of silver, and of brass, and of stone, and of wood, which can neither see nor hear, nor walk. And changed not from their murders, nor from their sorceries, nor from their fornication, nor from their thefts."

In spite of the terrible affliction and overthrow of the Eastern part of the Empire by the Turks as the instruments of God's vengeance, the populations of Western Europe continued addicted to the doctrines and practices of mother Church, which God has stamped with His execration, (curse). And still continue.

I truly hope what I have shown will be of help.

Regards, Roy Staley emmet.moreh@gmail.com



Christian Martin said...
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Christian Martin said...

David and Mr.Tony,maybe you should hide your Identity and come in Zakir Naik Preach
So,I think that you can destroy Zakir Naik Argument

You must tell that you're a local Pastor

Anon193 said...

@ Christian Martin... Your true aim is not to destroy but to seek reality, verily if David wood does try to have a debate with zakir naik, he shall be exposed for all the lies he has been fragmenting up all his life, and people shall know the truth.

Christian Martin said...

@Anon193,Zakir Naik is a liar

foofy said...

@Anon193

Naik only debates the obscure or lesser-known. He, in practice, chooses not to debate skilled debaters. Naik fans on Twitter actually mistake Campbell for Swaggart, who debated Deedat. Naik’s work is demonstrably derivative of the latter, so there’s that.

Wood is too well-known for Naik to want to debate him.

Royal Son said...

Some food for thought:

Muslims claim that Muhammad is prophesied in Song of Solomon 5:16, with a plural of respect.

Question: Why is it that neither the Qur'an, nor the Shahada use a plural of respect for Muhammad?

Are Muslims telling us that an allegedly corrupted book gives respect to Muhammad where the Qur'an and Shahada do not?